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Jermaine Lawrence has some serious talent. Only a high school sophomore, Rivals lists him as having basketball scholarship offers from Louisville and Virginia Tech. In fact, the only thing that might hold Lawrence’s budding career back is…his religion.
Jenn Sterger’s father said he better never meet Brett Favre in a dark alley, and in light of a tweet earlier today, he’d better never meet radio host Chad Dukes in a similar spot.
Charlie Weis may be the Florida Gators’ new offensive coordinator, according to Gainesville Sun columnist Pat Dooley and ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.
A rundown of the top candidates who are getting a late-season push for NFL coach of the year.
ESPN’s Skip Bayless doesn’t think that this year’s UConn women’s basketball team, winners of 90 straight games (a record), are among the greatest women’s basketball teams of all time
Here’s some video footage of Washington quarterback Jake Locker talking to reporters after his team’s upset win over Nebraska – pay special attention to the end, when the guy shooting the video has a congratulatory message for him.
The Decision was such a disaster that it really speaks to a failing by the entirety of America. We’re all a part of the culture that created an environment where enough people thought this was a good idea that it got the go-ahead…then, we proved the people who gave it the go-ahead right, by watching it.
Well, this is just great. A Stanford women’s basketball fan, who also happens to be a baby, celebrated his team’s historic win over UConn last night, stoically. Isn’t it ironic that the most composed person in this photo is probably less than a year old?
Last night’s Music City Bowl was fraught with enough controversy as it was. But thanks to an unfortunate audio malfunction, viewers learned there was some consternation behind the scenes as well.
CNN’s Max Kellerman went on the network yesterday to vehemently disagree with his friend Tucker Carlson’s now-infamous position on Vick…and advocate for pigs.